'Kun Aguero, Atletico's prize asset'
A Japanese suffix added to a name (preferably to a male's name). It is used for friends, and possibly the men that you fancy.
a suffix attached to the surname of younger men or the same age as the speaker.
it isn't used between women or addressing superiors however a man can address a inferior woman by ~kun (in schools or companies)
it is less polie than ~san.
(35)Takenouchi: doomo Daigo~kun
(25)Daigo: doo itashimashite Takenouchi~san
A suffix attached to names in Japanese.
Using it shows an informal relationship between speaker and listener.
Used with person's first name
term or name referring to a stylish asian
you look like kun today
Kun means just kidding. A very common term used amongst teens.
Bob: I love you :)
I was just kunning you.
She kunned me real good.
Tasha-kun=my friend Tasha